Vegan cinnamon roll shop coming to Echo Park

One of the buildings at Mohawk Collective

ECHO PARK — Vegans will never go hungry in Echo Park. Neighborhood shops sell bags of vegan teriyaki jerky and boxes of vegan mac & cheese balls. Restaurants serve up slabs of “cauliflower steak” and vegan banh mi sandwiches. Now, those who crave freshly baked vegan cinnamon rolls will soon be able to get their fix at Cinnaholic, which is opening a shop in the nearly complete Mohawk Collective near Sunset Boulevard and Alvarado Street.

The small chain of “gourmet cinnamon roll” stores” says its products are not only free of dairy, lactose, eggs and cholesterol, they are served up with 30 different types of flavored frostings and toppings (Chai and pretzel, anyone?). Franchisee Erik Abramson said he expects the store to open in the spring.

The same shopping center will also include Starbucks and Chipotle.

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  1. I’ve been to the original location (across the street from Cal). Thumbs up!

  2. Sweet. A nice addition

  3. It is a good thing they are opening this now rather than two years ago when everybody in the neighborhood was on a gluten free diet in addition to being vegan. Now that I am no longer gluten free I very much look forward to trying their vegan buns!

  4. Place rules… I can’t wait!

  5. Wonderful, the place is looking great!

  6. It’s open and it’s Sooooooooooo GOOD!!! Everything I hoped it would be.. This is a must try place!!! You will love it!!! :)))

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